The official 2021 Volleyball Roster for the University of Nebraska . ... Defensive Specialist/Libero DS/L 5'5"
On Aug. 28, the night of the Kansas State match, Nebraska volleyball alumni Justine Wong-Orantes was honored for helping USA Volleyball win gold as libero in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. After Wong-Orantes’ legendary collegiate career concluded in 2016, the libero position was filled by Kenzie Maloney, who held the role for two seasons.
Volleyball libero Lexi Rodriguez named Freshman Athlete of the Week. It was a short week for Nebraska athletics, coming off its fall break on Wednesday. Despite this, Husker sports came into the week with much fire whether their regular seasons were just beginning, in the middle of their seasons or nearing conclusion.
Nebraska volleyball libero Kenzie Knuckles and defensive specialist Keonilei Akana (Maddie Washburn, Nebraska Communications) What we know right now: Nebraska has two talented returning defenders Junior Kenzie Knuckles has been NU’s starting libero since she stepped on campus in 2019.
Although there were just seven total events across the week, what few were present had much fire to it. For the second week in a row, and the third time this season, the winner is volleyball libero Lexi Rodriguez. The No. 10 Nebraska volleyball team entered its third week of Big Ten play with two matches on the road.
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The transition from September to October was either slow or eventful for some Husker freshmen athletes. While many did not give stellar performances across the week, those who did came in big ways, including this week’s winner. That winner is volleyball libero Lexi Rodriguez. The Nebraska volleyball team entered its second week of conference play in the Big Ten this week.
Volleyball: #9 Nebraska vs #7 Purdue - a Clash of Stars and Spectacular Play. New ... Libero Lexi Rodriguez vs Jena Otec - Otec is the current conference defensive player of the week. She is a 5th ...
The libero from Sterling, Illinois, tied her season high with 24 digs in Nebraska’s four-set win against Purdue. She’s been chosen as freshman of the week three times.
• Voted the best libero at the Ameritas Players Challenge with 4.20 digs per set, including 22 digs and four assists against Creighton on Sept. 17 • Named the best libero at the Nebraska Invite with 4.00 digs per set • Had 21 digs and added seven assists in the season opener against Florida. 2015 (Junior)